Lakeshore Entertainment and Hopscotch Features are moving forward on actioner “The Sword” with David Hayter on board to write the adapt the script from the graphic novel by Jonathan and Joshua Luna…
One of the movies' least convincing three-faces-of-Eve routines occupies centerstage in "6 Souls," a schlock supernatural shocker that has finally escaped into a handful of U.S. theaters five years…
Lakeshore Entertainment has acquired movie rights to Jonathan and Joshua Luna's four-volume graphic novel "The Sword."
Reliance Entertainment's Motion Picture Capital has come onboard to produce and finance J. Michael Straczynski's WWII drama "The Flickering Light," with lensing to start in November.
The German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) film subsidy has given visual effects a seat at the incentives table for the next three-year cycle beginning 2013. Effects work done in Germany will qualify for…
The emphasis of the Berlin production subsidies is, by definition, production -- but now, the growth of Berlin-based vfx houses means that big-budget shoots can take advantage of local…
Pulp swashbuckler "Solomon Kane" will open ActionFest 2012, the three-day event with a slate full of actioners.
Mickey Liddell's newly minted LD Entertainment has named PR exec Liz Berger as Senior VP - Publicity.
"Gone" is a low-pulse thriller that evaporates from memory with the last credit.
It is starting to look like football won't be the only gripping competition this Superbowl weekend. Both Fox's "Chronicle" and CBS Films' "The Woman in Black" sat atop the domestic B.O. Friday.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M Warner Brothers
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures